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Talks between city of Prince George and unions break off once more

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Talks have once again broken off between the city of Prince George and its unions. 

The two sides were supposed to spend the weekend hammering out what would be considered essential services should the unions strike, but according to CUPE local 1048 president Janet Bigelow, the city walked away from negotiations Saturday night. 

The unions and the city will now spend the next two days presenting their cases to a Labour Relations Board adjudicator. 

Union workers in Prince George are in a strike position until mid-December.

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